Luda brought personality, humor and character into Hip Hop.
In the early 2000's, Luda was killing a lot of features. One of his best guest verses was on Nas' Made You Look remix
Luda is one of the many emcees that put ATL on the map
Say what you say about Luda, Ludacris undisputedly is a legend.
I ask this question because most of my favorite Jay-Z records would never make my top 10 hip-hop songs of all time. Can I Live, U Don't Know, PSA, Imaginary Players, Threats, What More Can I Say...none of those records belong next to a Shook One's Pt. 2, Nuthin' But a G Thang, Gin & Juice, Mind...
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I know Kingdom Come is looked at as a bad album, but when it was first announced, what was the reaction? Were people excited about Jay coming back with a new album? Or was it more like everyone was expecting it? What was the promo like?
I was reading a retrospective on The Source's five mic albums and the writer brought up a convincing theory - how after 4 years of chasing hits with bloated albums that had that "something for everyone" formula to great commercial success, Jay decided to put together an album with the exact...
The forgotten Jay-Z classic single that didn't make an album. That boy was floating on water on this joint. I was listening to according 2 hip hop podcast, and they mentioned it and had to run to YouTube to remember this song. Do you remember do you consider it a classic? I think this joint...
Hypothetical battle of course
Stillmatic Intro vs The Dynasty Intro
Street Dreams vs Brooklyn's Finest
The World Is Yours vs Dead Presidents
The Message vs Public Service Announcement
It Ain't Hard To Tell vs Ain't No N*gga
Nas Is Like vs So Ghetto
One Mic vs Hard Knock Life...
T-Pain Says He Recorded A JAY-Z Diss Song In Response To 'Death Of Auto-Tune'
"Jay-Z famously delivered a eulogy for Auto-Tune on his 2009 The Blueprint 3 track “D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune).” Although Hov claimed he wasn’t taking shots at any particular artist, the song was widely perceived to...
Celebrating 25 years of Reasonable Doubt with 2 mixtape's worth of blends / OG samples / rarities / remixes etc
(Vol.2 coming soon)
Drop ya fav RD tracks below. Where y'all rank RD in Hov's discography?
Special thanks to my guy Pain In Da Ass for lacing the intro
If you wanna be...